New Seat on the Mall

Robbins, Daniel
November 1974
New Republic;11/30/74, Vol. 171 Issue 22, p24
Reports on the inauguration of the Joseph H. Hirshborn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington. Symbolic function of American culture; Chronological sequence of art exhibition; Free dialogue between artists and people; Art works that will be exhibited on the opening of the museum; Juxtaposition of works by Gorky and de Kooning with contemporary painting by Philip Evergood; Development of the idea of masterpieces.


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